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  • My friends have told me I should post some pictures of my egg table.

    I milled it out of cedar (all but the drawers).  I chose not to stain it, instead, I rubbed it down with Danish Oil for a natural look. The tile is inlayed. There are five functioning drawers. The egg is sitting on top of a18"x18" tile.  Dimensions of the table are 79"W x 28"D x 39"H. The BGE was a gift from the guys in my wedding party. It's a medium size egg and gets lots and lots of use. Absolutely love it!  The first thing I did after moving in with my new wife was make a new egg table.  The metal egg nest that it came with was flimpsy at best.  Anyway, I made the table big enough for the next size up so that I can use it even as my family grows.  The last thing to note, my mother-in-law made the table cover as a birthday gift.  How cool is that?!  Happy Egging y'all! It's grillin' season! I'm so excited.
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